# Merchant

The merchant lower cost by 10% in December when it was not sold. Again in January lower cost by 20% and now costs 576 €.

A. How much the goods stood originally?

B, how much cost the goods after the first lowering?

C, How many percents totally merchant lower cost?

A. How much the goods stood originally?

B, how much cost the goods after the first lowering?

C, How many percents totally merchant lower cost?

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